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Nadia Urbinati, Columbia Professor of Political Theory, discussed populism in the first of the two-part “Challenges for Democracy” series.

Columbia Alumni Association of Chile members enjoyed a private tour of the first electric bus depot in Latin America.

Brazil Day hosts donors to the Brazil Fellowship Initiative and the Lemann Fellows.

Safwan Masri, after leading the Columbia Global Centers for the last decade, will step down on June 30, 2022. 

The center invited Philippe Benoit, adjunct senior research scholar at Center on Global Energy Policy, to present his recent research.

Virtual global internships are now available for students this summer with Columbia Global Centers and their partner networks around the world. 

An in-person discussion about how the public can be better prepared to respond to possible catastrophe.

Meet master's student Leah Cahill Denison and learn more about the dual degree program in Modern & Contemporary Art: Critical & Curatorial Studies.

This course is one of two executive training courses for municipal officials of the International Association of Francophone Mayors.

Joseph Ramos, CC'59, SEAS'60, SIPA'64, GSAS'68, is a professor and former dean of Universidad de Chile’s School of Economics and Business.

"Your Sons are at Your Service" is a 2020 Columbia University Press book that tells the history and evolution of Ansar al-Sharia in Tunisia.

A team of four academics from Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez’s School of Engineering and Science recently met with peers at Columbia.

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